A passel of metaphors: “Some old, some new, some borrowed . . .”

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (1):102-103 (2000)

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Despite corrigible details, Nevin & Grace forge a clearer place for persistence as a fundamental attribute of motivated behavior and assay converging experimental operations in its measurement.
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